The last duel of 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' now recaptures what made Them great in the first place

The last duel of 'Obi-Wan Kenobi' now recaptures what made Them great in the first place ...

Despite the fact that the stars were fancier and flashier than ever, the Star Wars universe had no choice but to feature these duels. However, the recent Obi-Wan Kenobi series offers a more complete comeback.

The visual effects of the prequel trilogy are quite common, especially given their over-reliance and over-saturation with CG effects that have historically been problematic. However, the final clash between Anakin and Obi-Wan in Revenge of the Sith is a great example of this. However, these secondary effects are also evident in the prequels. It is precisely this focus that is causing the flashier duels to plummet to the point of view.

The finale of the duel, which encapsulates Luke''s emotional journey as a result of the Emperor''s defeat, is complemented by an expansive display of Anakin vs Obi-Wan, or the bouncing green blur that is Yoda. However, the jumps and flips are at an absolute minimum; the characters'' movements were particularly powerful as a result of the way in which each character is being confronted with, and the duel, as a whole, is used to recreate

Fortunately, although the prequels destroyed the thread of those Force duels, the last duel of the Obi-Wan Kenobi series recaptures some of the magic that made those original duels so powerful in the first place, and does so in an way that honors both the original and the prequel trilogies.

The relative gain of the trilogy is that, unlike the best of the Star Wars duels, it is used as a way to tell a story and explore the emotional journey of both characters. Anakin/Vader is feeling as he enters the battle between the sinisterly self-controlled Vader of the original trilogy and the emotionally-compromised Anakin of the prequels. It is easy to notice the symbolic act of burying the past, killing his former father figure, and leaving everything behind.

From Obi-Wan''s perspective, there''s also a clear emotional journey that unfolds throughout the duel. Throughout the whole series, he has been learning to deal with both his responsibility to Luke and Leia, as his guilt crushes him, but he finds his strength to escape in the hope that he has for Luke and Leia''s future. It is only at that point that he eventually turns the tables on Vader. He returns to full force, and the increasing use of Force

Through his own actions, Anakin is also clearly battling throughout the battle between the desire to kill Anakin and the desire to do so. This is the first story that comes to an end in Vader''s final statement. It''s emotionally wreaking, and the fitting conclusion to the story arcs that triggered the prequels and the Obi-Wan series for the first time in a while. And, for the first time in a while, a Star Wars duel was able to tell it